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February 2018 Archives

Survey: Technology failing to reduce distracted driving

Pennsylvanians are keenly aware that distracted driving is causing scores of accidents with severe injuries and wrongful death. Car companies and manufacturers of devices such as smartphones that are causing the distraction are trying to find ways to make the roads safer. However, this technology is rapidly being found to have little effect on safety. People who have been in a crash because of distracted driving or have lost a loved one should be cognizant of the research centered on this problem.

Drowsy driving a factor in many car accidents

Drivers know the signs of a driver who is under the influence or is distracted. What might come as a surprise to many is that drowsy driving carries many of the same hallmarks of DUI and distracted driving. It also has the same dangers of a car crash with the accompanying medical bills, lost wages and other problems from an accident. Research is now indicating that the problem of drowsy driving is far more prevalent than the federal government statistics showed.

Man injured after other driver allegedly ignores stop sign

People who suffer injuries after a car crash in Pennsylvania will face problems even if their lives are not in immediate danger in the aftermath. There can be hospitalizations, hefty medical bills, lost wages and more. These accidents can happen to anyone at any time. It is imperative for those who have been injured in a car accident to understand their rights to seek compensation for their losses with the help of an attorney experienced in car accidents.

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